Fiddle solo, Kathleen Brennan - piano, Decca 12076. These are both compositions of Newcastle fiddler James Hill, who called the second hornpipe the Newcastle, appropriately enough. Hill was a pioneer or trend setter in composing "clog" hornpipes in flat keys, with runs and arpeggios that take advantage of the fingering dictated by playing in Bb, F, C, etc. Coleman's friend Lad O'Bierne also recorded the High Level on a homemade acetate, with a third part of his own composition which has become standard in Irish music now, albeit somewhat different than how he played it, and in the key of G instead of the heretofore standard Bb. O'Bierne's setting of this may be heard reproduced by New York fiddlers Brian Conway and Tony DeMarco on an early 80s LP, Apples in Winter. O'Bierne and fellow fiddler Louis Quinn also recorded these hornpipes in 1933, with only two parts for the High Level. This recording may be heard on the CD Milestone at the Garden.